Hyde Park may be a touch more famous, but Regent's Park is London's finest. It contains more fun than one park should be able to hold: a boating lake, an open-air theatre, several award-winning gardens, playing fields, a pub, an ice-cream shop and even London Zoo. Wander through Queen Mary's Garden to admire the city's largest collection of roses and get some fresh air away from traffic-packed bustle of the rest of central London.
Take a tip from us: We very much recommend that you visit London Zoo if you have time, but if you'd like a sneak peek, walk along its perimeter within the north end of the park and along the Regent's Canal and you might spot a hairy anteater, warthog or giraffe.
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